Dating scam sites list

I write here only to warn you about SINGLE-BALTIC-LADY because I have personal experience with this particular site and not with any other.

Some further research however will show you that there are many mirror sites of SINGLE-BALTIC-LADY that have the exact same lady profiles and similar layout while using a different web page design so these are obviously also SCAM sites owned by the same company.

Morrison's erstwhile Romeo claimed he needed her to "lend" him ,000 to deal with one of the many crises he had fabricated.

"He said he was going to pay me back double," she laughs.

You just have to be looking for love, a search that causes you to be more vulnerable than usual.

And love is the tool scammers use to pry open your bank account and strip you of your assets. She says I'm so handsome (I'm not) and wants to see me in person and hear me. Beware." man who said he was Roden Miller (actually Jeffrey Miller) as a scammer. He is in the army stationed in Houston Texas but is currently on a peacekeeping mission in Libya but would be returning soon.

One of the things this site does really well is to acknowledge that there are some scammers but at the same time makes you think that there are also genuine woman and moreover that YOU are able to distinguish the scammers from the genuine women.

This is not so, in fact you are highly unlikely to find any women with genuine intentions on SINGLE-BALTIC-LADY as virtually every (and likely every) profile is a front for either a freelance scammer earning a commission on the letters that you open etc or simply an employee (man or woman) of SINGLE-BALTIC-LADY who pose as the woman you see on the profile pictures I have absolutely no affiliations with any dating sites and you will not find any recommendations for any other sites on these pages.

Our extensive database lists known scammers together with corroborating evidence like correspondence, photos, countries of known operation and documentation commonly used by these international thieves.

Scammers take advantage of people looking for romantic partners, often via dating websites, apps or social media by pretending to be prospective companions.

They play on emotional triggers to get you to provide money, gifts or personal details.

"The story was getting more and more bizarre," she says.

"But I hung on and kept communicating because I wanted to see the end of the movie." The ending came as no surprise to experts on romance scams.

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